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Frankensteining DC Comics Solicits For January 2017 – Flash To Batgirl To Lost Boys (UPDATE)

Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR, THR, Comic Book, Comicosity, Comics Alliance, Multiversity… and Bleeding Cool! A look at DC Comics’ planned titles for January 2017… so far. DETECTIVE COMICS #948 Written by JAMES TYNION IV and MARGUERITE BENNETT—Art and cover by BEN OLIVER—Variant cover by RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE “BATWOMAN BEGINS” parts one and two! This special two-part interlude… Read more »

“Burnside Is The Past” Thoughts On Batgirl Rebirth #1

I’ve been dying for this folks. Today brings the release of Hope Larson and Rafael Albuquerque‘s new Batgirl run. After the success of last weeks Batgirl and the Birds of Prey, I was filled with positive feelings. The tougher Barbara Gordon that I knew and loved from Gail Simone’s run seemed like she had finally returned. So, I was eager… Read more »

A Tougher Barbara Gordon: A Few More Thoughts On Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey #1

This week brings the release of Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #1, written by Shawna Benson and Julie Benson, with art by Claire Roe. While we’ve already discussed this creative team un-undoing the past, there’s more to be said about this new comic. I’ve stomped my feet at the progression Batgirl has gone through over… Read more »

DC Universe Rebirth Just Got Yet Another Flash. And Another Batgirl (Justice League 3001 Spoilers)

Justice League 3001, the adventures of semi-cloned female versions of the Justice League in the far future that doesn’t take itself too seriously, has its final twelfth issue today. It’s not alone. DC Comics has Rebirth. Marvel Comics has whatever-will-follow-Civil War II. And both Marvel and publisher are entering a period where a bunch of… Read more »

32 Thoughts About 31 Of Today’s Comics – For Deadpool, Batgirl And Avengers Standoff, It’s All About What They Remember

Seduction Of The Innocent #4 knows the truth. And X Thoughts About X Of Today’s Comics has no intent veer from that plan. Brutal and ugly, here we go. Mercury Heat creates a safe space for dealing with The Crossed. No trigger warnings, no trigger pullings… Not so much at Deadly Class… eyes wide open… Read more »

Gail Simone Takes On Batgirl Of Burnside In Secret Six #11

Thank goodness for social media, because this was lovely news to wake up to this morning. I haven’t really shut up about my feelings about how great Gail Simone’s Batgirl was, and if you miss it as much as I do, you’ll be happy to read the new issue of Secret Six today. Here’s what Simone had to say… Now, Secret… Read more »

Toy Fair ’16: A Batgirl Of Burnside POP! Vinyl Will Happen

The first Batgirl of Burnside Funko product was released at Toy Fair 2016 this past weekend, and it is spectacular! Take one look at it, and you’ll be smiling, I’m sure. But what about a POP! Vinyl? After all, there is an original Batgirl POP!, and a whole league of superheroes. So where is the Babs Tarr inspired POP!? Funko… Read more »

Batman Arkham’s Batgirl Gets A New Origin In Batgirl/Harley Quinn #1

Dark Knight III: The Last Crusade may have shrink in size from 64 pages for $7.99 to 48 pages for $6.99. Well, Batman: Arkham Knight – Batgirl/Harley Quinn #1 is getting an extra 10 pages of story for a new origin of Batgirl in the Batman: Arkham universe, from Tim Seeley, Matthew Clark and Wade von… Read more »

SPX ’15: Dylan Horrocks On Hicksville, Sam Zabel And The Magic Pen, Batgirl, And Charlie Hebdo

Small Press Expo has lost none of its energy this year—flocked with tables and attendees, and with many panels running throughout the weekend. They welcomed a cartoonist from New Zealand, Dylan Horrocks, who hadn’t attended SPX since 1998. His previous works include Hicksville and his new book this year is Sam Zabel and the Magic… Read more »

Lying In The Gutters – 31st August 2015 – All Your Batgirling Are Belong To Us

The Zach Snyder sequel that never was… It was one of Bleeding Cool’s most exciting weeks, with amazing comic book stories big and small, as story after story rocked the charts, but the servers stayed standing! Congrats to all involved… Top Twenty Traffic Of The Week 1. DC Tells Editors, Stop Batgirling, Go Back To Meat… Read more »

Batgirl #41 Reveals How The New Batman And Batgirl Will Interact

[MILD SPOILERS for Batgirl #41 and current Batbooks below!] I could barely contain my excitement for this new issue of Batgirl! As most of you know, there’s a new Batman in town, and now it’s time to see how that affects our lovely Babs. From DC Comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with… Read more »

The Joker Batgirl #41 Cover Hits eBay. Just The Cover.

When it was solicited the Joker variant cover to Batgirl #41 by Rafael Albuquerque caused considerable fuss. Seen as the antithesis of the current take on the character, the creative team on the book appealed to DC to reverse their decision to use this cover and DC changed their mind. Though the publisher waited for some… Read more »

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man #11-12, Double Jumpers Vol. 1, Convergence: The Question, Superman, Speed Force, Batgirl, Nightwing And Oracle, Harley Quinn

This Week’s Reviews: Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man #11 & #12 Double Jumpers Vol. 1 Convergence: The Question #1 Convergence 1 Convergence: Superman #1 Convergence: Speed Force #1 Convergence: Batgirl #1 Convergence:Nightwing and Oracle #1 Convergence: Harley Quinn #1 Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man #11 & #12 By Adam X. Smith We all knew this day would… Read more »

WonderCon ’15 – Agent Carter, Batgirl, And The Making Of The Modern Super Heroine With Babs Tarr, Jose Molina, Cecil Castellucci, Sarah Kuhn, and Dr. Andrea Letamendi

The Making Of The Modern Super Heroine Panel with Babs Tarr, Jose Molina, Cecil Castellucci, Sarah Kuhn, and Dr. Andrea Letamendi rounded off Sunday afternoon at WonderCon this year. Molina, a TV writer, recently finished writing on Agent Carter. Castellucci writes young adult novels and recently did a Sensation Comics Wonderwoman story. Kuhn is writing… Read more »

WonderCon ’15 – Batgirl’s ‘Ultimate Triumph Over The Joker’ – The Batman Panel With Brenden Fletcher, Tom King, Greg Pak, And Babs Tarr

Last year marked the 75th anniversary of Batman. What does this year have in store for the Dark Knight after such a momentous milestone? That was the question going into Friday’s Batman panel at WonderCon. On hand were Brenden Fletcher (Batgirl, Black Canary), Tom King (Grayson), Greg Pak (Batman/Superman), and Babs Tarr (Batgirl), with the… Read more »

Batgirl: Endgame #1 Is An Expressive Work Of Art

I’ll admit it right off the bat…I haven’t had a chance to read any of the Endgame books at all. I picked up Batgirl: Endgame #1, because I love the character so much and wanted to see what it’s all about. From DC Comics, written by Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher, with art and colors… Read more »

Batgirl #41 #ChangedTheCover

Here was the cover to Batgirl #41 by Rafael Albuquerque. Not any more. DC media partner CBR who first ran the cover has now run the following releases from Rafael Albuquerque and DC Comics My Batgirl variant cover artwork was designed to pay homage to a comic that I really admire, and I know is a favorite of… Read more »

So, How Inappropriate Is The Batgirl #41 Joker Variant Cover?

This is the cover to Batgirl #41, for DC’s June mini-relaunch. Featuring the new-look Batman. And very much in fitting with the pop style of the comic book, that has relaunched Batgirl in a fresh, youthful, exciting fashion away from depressing themes and tones that had previously been associated with the book. Also in June, DC… Read more »

The Retconning Of Batgirl In Today’s Secret Origins #10 (UPDATE)

It’s already sold out and gone to second print a retailers rushed to get extra copies after the importance of today’s Secret Origins #10 to those who both enjoy the current Batgirl comic, those who preferred the Gail Simone New 52 Batgirl and those who preferred the Oracle Barbara Gordon, was highlighted. UPDATE: Though we… Read more »

Batgirl’s Secret Origins #10 Goes To A Second Print Already

So, we said this was going to be a thing. Secret Origins #10 from DC Comics out tomorrow, has already sold out at Diamond Comic Distributors. Retelling the origin of Batgirl, it appears to be doing a considerable deal of retconning. Retailers will now be able to buy a second print, available at the end… Read more »

Today’s Big, Big, Big, Big Batgirl Final Page Spoilers – Have You Reserved Secret Origins #10?

Some people like Batgirl. Some people like the new look Batgirl. But some people prefer Barbara Gordon the way she was before the New 52 relaunch. Daughter of Jim Gordon, crippled by the Joker, using a wheelchair, and operating as Oracle, working with the Birds Of Prey as a technological overseer and occasionally getting down… Read more »

Live From the Comic Shop – Sinergy #2, Bitch Planet #1, Batgirl #37

By Christine Marie Happy Wednesday Bleeding Coolers! I’m at Conquest Comics in Bayville, NJ feeling very enthusiastic about the lineup of comics that have been released this week. On to the comic reviews! It feels like yesterday that the first issue of this colorful series was released, but I’m happy to report that Sinergy #2 from Image Comics,… Read more »